Hopefully you're still breathing after that par-3. If so, you should be able to walk away with a birdie on this drivable par-4, IF you avoid going long. Keeping up with the Southern Oaks theme, anything beyond the green is wet. So don't do it! With this said, you'd like to hit the green if you can and give yourself a legitimate eagle opportunity. If there is little to no wind, 5-wood is the desirable club. With strong winds in any direction, you'll have to be creative with your 3-wood, 5-wood, or driver. Anything short of the green has no chance to bounce on, especially if it hits the sand. Use this spot as your safety zone if you miss. From here, a simple chip and putt will get you a birdie. Because the green slopes down towards the water, sticking it will require you to land near the top portion. Not easy by any means, but birdie is yours if you're semi-conservative.